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Brewers: No update yet on Christian Yelich’s broken kneecap

The Milwaukee Brewers say there’s no update yet on Christian Yelich’s broken right kneecap. Yelich was back in Milwaukee on Wednesday for further tests, a day after the reigning NL MVP was hurt when he fouled a ball off himself during a game in Miami.

Then and Now: The Milwaukee Road freight office

In 1909, The Milwaukee Road became the third transcontinental railroad to connect through Spokane to Seattle. Expansion of its electric routes in the West cost the railroad company dearly and led to multiple bankruptcies, including its final such filing in 1977.

Bucks sign veteran guard Kyle Korver

The Milwaukee Bucks have added veteran guard Kyle Korver. The 38-year-old guard was waived July 7 by Phoenix – which acquired him in a trade with Memphis – making him a free agent. Korver had been traded to Memphis by Utah, where he played most of last season.

Brewers sign RHP Shelby Miller to minor league deal

The Milwaukee Brewers have added to their pitching depth, signing veteran right-hander Shelby Miller to a minor league contract. The 28-year-old Miller signed a one-year, $2 million deal with Rangers last winter. He was released on July 4 after going 1-3 with an 8.59 ERA in 19 appearances, including eight starts.

Bucks re-sign guard George Hill

The Milwaukee Bucks have re-signed free agent guard George Hill. Hill, who was acquired from the Cavaliers in December in a five-player, three-team trade, will return on a three-year deal. Hill is 33. He averaged 6.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.1 assists over 47 games with the Bucks last season.

Mauricio Dubon’s journey leads from Honduras to majors

In so many ways, Mauricio Dubon’s ascent to the big leagues has been unusual. Point No. 1 is simple: No major league player has ever been born-and-raised in Honduras. On Sunday, the Milwaukee Brewers prospect became the first. The rest is more complicated. It’s a matter of perspectives, and Dubon has had many.

Four-run fourth inning lifts Milwaukee Brewers over Mariners

Minutes after giving up his first run on a bases-loaded squeeze bunt by Brewers pitcher Chase Anderson, Mariners starter Mike Leake left a first-pitch cutter over the middle of the plate that Orlando Arcia was able to sneak over the wall in short right field for a three-run homer. The four-run fourth inning was all the Brewers would need in Thursday’s 4-2 win over the Mariners at Miller Park.

Mariners topple Brewers to extend winning streak to three

J.P. Crawford drove in three runs and Wade LeBlanc struck out six in five innings and the Seattle Mariners extended their winning streak to three games with a 4-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night.